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Pop the bubble and get someone in big trouble! Featuring a POP-O-MATIC bubble with lights and sound effects, this game is bursting with action and attitude. Includes one die, bubble with colored lights and sounds, and deck of 50 cards. Requires 3 "AA" batteries, included. For 2-4 players.
Electronic talking POP-O-MATIC TROUBLE bubble tells you whether to discard or add cards to your hand with colorful lights and fun sound effects. Be the first player to discard your hand of cards and win the game! Includes TROUBLE bubble and deck of cards.
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You can not go wrong with this game for family game night, it is a blast, we play this so much we may have to order another one just to be sure we have one forever.Published 20 months ago by dee
I bought this as a gift and had to play with it before I wrapped it. Would highly recommend it.Published on January 25, 2012 by jv
It is a very fun game for little kids.It is deffinatly a family game.It would probably be for 5 and up.It helps younger kids learn their colors and numbers.Published on November 23, 2008
This game is a real hit around here. We love it, the kids beg to play it. It gets everyove involved, and laughing. You never know what it will tell you to do next. Good family fun.Published on July 21, 2008 by L. White
My two girls, ages 9 and 12, got this for Christmas. They love it. Fun to play as a family, too. Although it is a little loud, but I don't find it to be annoying at all. Read morePublished on January 11, 2008 by R. E. Mallore